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Nov 9, 2013 4:00pm PST
major depression at some point in their teen years. scott tells us more. >> i've felt depressed in some ways of being bullied at school, and it's very -- you feel empty and sad, and it's just... you don't want to be living. it's a terrible feeling. >> it feels like you don't have a place anywhere. >> it's just really sad and, like -- and not happy. >> no doubt we've all felt sad at various times in our lives, but when does feeling sad mean something far more serious? dr. dana rabinowitz is a psychologist who treats kids with depression. hello, doctor. >> hi. >> so that we're all on the same page, what does "depression" mean? >> "depression" is one of those words that people use in everyday conversation to mean they feel really sad, but real depression is when you have a loss of interest in the things that you want, and you're sad for two weeks or longer. >> how can we tell the difference between just feeling blue and real depression? >> when you're really depressed, the level of depression is really intense. you feel so sad you can't find any interest in the activities you really enjoy.
PBS
Nov 25, 2013 5:30pm PST
lithuania later this week. us officials now here in berlin have admitted that quote mistakes were made by nestle operatives who spied on millions of german citizens and cast on them but they did not go so far has issued an official apology something opposition parties and rights groups have been pushing for. after talks with ranking us politicians the german foreign minister said it is time to bring transparency to the extent of past us on. us senator chris murphy and congressman gregory meeks were in berlin for damage control. their visit was part of an ongoing effort to restore trust between transatlantic partners. meeks told german policy makers to us takes german privacy concerns seriously. we don't take the actions of what has taken place within the state likely we are working diligently it is of concern in it matters to the people of the united states of america sharon has reacted angrily to revelations that the us has been spying on german e mails and phone calls. it's believed us intelligence listened in on tap american cell phone conversations for years. foreign minister
PBS
Nov 22, 2013 5:30pm PST
kelly's you like the don't like. thanks for joining us coming up. the search for survivors of last year continues after he collapsed roof kills thousands of people. un climate told to me and end with no timetable for reducing emissions in sight europe law launches three satellites in a long awaited mission to study earth's magnetic field. search for survivors is continuing in the latvian capital riga after a roof collapsed on thursday evening in a busy street with dozens of people are being confirmed dead including some of the rescue black is not clear how many people may still be trapped underneath the rubble. it is to find them online. with more people believed to be under the debris. rescue workers in riga are continuing their search e crews are risking their own lines to search to the supermarket wreckage earlier three firefighters died in ten others were injured when another part of the building collapsed as the war. meanwhile people have been waiting for news of missing loved ones. my wife she's in there. i have no information yet and she's not among the dead or injured to wh
PBS
Nov 9, 2013 5:30pm PST
moved to imagine c has helped us today need an owl in dramas heavy water reactor has become a sticking point in high level nuclear talks in switzerland. these crucial toll between six while palin's anti iran on tehran's nuclear program and had an unscheduled that day on saturday and the arrival of russian foreign minister sergei nostrils has added to the anticipation that a deal actually might be struck but fronds and pray that as at school and dance he insists that the house still some hackles to take in the mood to be as relaxed as the talks continued. the negotiations in geneva as intercontinental hotel had bean in tents although the need to say that progress is being made we've also been trying to keep expectations of a sweet deal in chad. well i hope there'll be an agreement there were still important points to deal with. jesus on the ends and get steam line on the negotiations are in a difficult but also decisive phase. he can cause them b a we he exchanged our opinions on different levels he demanded to know but there is still no consensus cos the most kind i need to cu
LINKTV
Nov 18, 2013 2:00pm PST
been blessed with vast natural resources, including some things we used to take for granted, like fresh water and clean, healthy air. but not any longer. in the past few decades, we've learned that industrial activity carries with it a substantial environmental price tag. if we want fresher water and healthier air, somebody is going to have to pay for it, as we found in the tiny town of silver bay, on the shores of lake superior. 30 years ago, this part of minnesota was practically a wilderness area. then, shortly after world war ii, some farsighteentrepreneurs a widecided there was money to be made in a rock called taconite, found here in abundance, near the famous mesabi iron range. they called their venture the reserve mining company. ruth erickson remembers the early days, before the trouble started. anybody that came here to work was in -- [ dog barks ] shush! -- was in bad shape economically. and reserve ilt the town, they furnished us with our medical facilities, fire, ambulance, everying. um... i can't say enough good things about reserve mining. schoumacher: taconite cont
LINKTV
Nov 29, 2013 2:00pm PST
has prompted anger. the eu has blamed russia. the new council president used unusually harsh language. >> the union will continue insisting that any russian actions aimed at influencing our partner's sovereign choices would be in breach of the helsinki principles. >> ukrainian president says he may be prepared to sign the eu deal in the future and europe is not prepared to burn any bridges. >> the door is open. we will discuss matters of concern that ukraine may have, and we are ready to discuss them with ukraine, with russia, or whatever country. >> it was not all failure. george and mulled over have initial partnership deals with the eu. that means in future, more access to the european market for the former soviet republics. it is a historic moment for both countries. >> in thailand, protests against the government are escalating. on friday, demonstrators broke into the compound of army headquarters in the capital, bangkok, demanding that the military choose a side. >> right after that, the thai prime minister ruled out the use of force against protesters. she also said there would
PBS
Nov 23, 2013 4:00pm PST
of waste that should be recycled. it's called e-waste, and as tyler shows us, it's a growing issue. >> what should you do with your old computer once you upgrade to a new one? or what about that mp3 player that no longer works? just throwing these electronics out can be dangerous to you and the environment. the government estimates that over 3 million tons of e-waste ends up in landfills every year. some of it contains hazardous materials like lead, which can lead to serious health problems. that's why collection events like this one are important. people can drop off their unwanted or broken electronics, instead of throwing them in the trash. >> computers, monitors, tvs, mixed electronics -- pretty much anything with a plug. >> the material is sorted, weighed, and then shipped to a plant for processing. >> we're what's called the demanufacturing facility. so we actually take apart all of the equipment and break it down to the smallest unit, or what we call a commodity product. >> the waste is then sent to other companies that can reuse it. >> for instance, the easiest one to under
LINKTV
Nov 22, 2013 2:00pm PST
of using silicone is that it can truly seal the tone hole. what we discovered, however, is that the mechanical perfection of this pad was in conflict with the artist's desire to control his sound. what was happening was that a felt pad is, in some ways, so bad that when you open and close a pad, you don't get an "on/off," "yes/no." there's a lot of gray area in between. that makes transitions between notes appear to be very smooth so that you have an imperfection in the pad actually enhancing the artistic quality of the instrument. and what we did to deal with this problem was to actually sandblast the mold to roughen the surface of the silicone to create infinitesimal little leaks. as a result of creating these leaks in the pad, we were able to partially satisfy the artist's desire to have more gray area and to allow for smooth transitions. (stubbs) the evolution of precision technonologies has made a kind of standard possible whereby you can go to duluth or to paris and find the same a440 on the instrument that you are playing. and this kind of standardization has led to the shari
LINKTV
Nov 20, 2013 2:00pm PST
attacked the clay, ripping its surface open. he used scissors to stab these holes into the canvas. european abstract expressionism was more controlled, more finished. the american art had a different look. i'd say that we had looser surfaces. let's call it that. you felt a freshness and a kind of emphasis. i don't want to say violence. that point's been misused in this connection. franz kline drew inspiration from cubism. willem de kooning did portraits that became highly charged responses to the women who were his models. the abstract expressionists wanted to paint on the same level of quality as the old masters or as, let's say, the best of the school of paris-- picasso, matisse, mondrian. they were striving for excellence. they found they did better work when they went abstract. mark rothko chose a path to pure expression by using only gradations of color on his canvases. pollock's vision and greenberg's theory were explored by a second generation. many acknowledged that helen frankenthaler adapted pollock's technique in a way that made him more accessible to other artists. she
LINKTV
Nov 28, 2013 2:00pm PST
>> welcome to the "journal" coming to you live from dw in berlin. good to have you with us. >> in the next half-hour -- will he join the trade club or won't he? the ukrainian leader is at an eu summit. german chancellor angela merkel says the door is still open. >> japan and south korea defied china over its new air defense zone, ratcheting up tensions in the area. >> the migrants who died coming to europe. we look at how one man's search for a better life ended in tragedy. >> european union leaders are gathered in the lithuanian capital at this hour for a two- day summit to discuss ties with eastern european countries. >> the agenda is expected to be dominated by the sudden decision to scrap lands for closer integration with the european union. >> the german chancellor said she was willing to resume talks with ukraine and that the door was still open for kia to sign the eu trade pact, but she also said she had no hope that the deal would be sealed at this summit. >> meanwhile in ukraine, pro- european groups continue to protest against the government's decision. >> theocrat oppos
KRON
Nov 23, 2013 2:30pm PST
i've been bullied myself. >> after the show, students told us they're more determined than ever to stand up to bullying. there's even a term for it -- being an "up-stander." >> an up-stander is somebody who takes a stand for someone who's being bullied, and they don't just stand by. they really speak out, and they defend them, and they help them. >> we can go tell an adult, or we can say, "stop." >> they've got the right idea. if we had a lot more up-standers, we'd have a lot fewer bullies. >> a lot of teens are addicted to something we all have in our homes. find out if you're one of them. >> it's one of the most common flavorings added to foods and drinks, so it's no surprise that many teens grow up craving its sweet taste. as nicole found out, many of us may actually be hooked on sugar. >> dr. deb kennedy wrote a book about our addiction to sugar. she says the problem is out of control. >> when you eat sugar, you want more of it, like you do with other addictions -- you want more and more of it, and when you stop, you definitely go through some withdrawal symptoms. >> so, dr. de
LINKTV
Nov 19, 2013 2:00pm PST
maintains the peace. it keeps us in our place. and on the surface, it seems, for the most part, to work. we smile, we grin, we shuffle, and all is well, but only on the surface and only for a moment. the truth of what we are might be quite different. like if we were walking into a peaceful-seeming landscape and suddenly overturned a rock, the mask for the moment has been suddenly ripped away, and we are startled and frightened by the anger, the fury, the hostility that we see and feel from the creatures hidden beneath. that's how i felt when first i saw john kani and winston ntshona do sizwe bansi is dead, a play which they themselves had written along with athol fugard, and at first presented in south africa. hey, come in. come in. come in. it's a dream. come in. mr. styles. welcome, brother. welcome at styles. oh, you've come to take a card. [imitates camera shutter] a snap. well, it's the same thing. have you got deposit? 40 cents. yes. oh, never mind. you don't have to pay me now. you can pay me later. you see, the trouble, if you don't have the deposit, the card doesn't come out. let m
LINKTV
Nov 23, 2013 6:00am PST
being built near iraq is a key issue. createleted, it it would plutonium to be used in nuclear weapons. they want construction to be stopped. to stopo want iran enriching uranium for power stations, but that is an issue they are not willing to budge on. >> for more, we are joined by our correspondent in geneva. that was quite an optimistic piece. do you share the optimism? do you think we are close to a deal? >> they have to be optimistic because they had to change their plans. two weeks ago, the ministers left geneva with the idea to come back just for presenting the contract. now they are where they ended two weeks ago. they are involved in negotiations. a diplomat told me you cannot repeat this several times. therefore, pressure is much higher than two weeks ago. they have to come to an agreement. they have to find a solution. otherwise, it will be quite complicated. >> potentially, what will this deal look like? simply spoken, iran has to abandon plans to use nuclear energy for military purposes. 5 plus one countries have to offer relief of sanctions. they have to find a cu
LINKTV
Nov 15, 2013 2:00pm PST
cliches, it's also the harmonies that we use in jazz and the way the melodies that we use relate to the harmonies. for example, if i kind of outline a certain chord [ascending notes of a chord played individually] that chord wants to go somewhere else. it wants to go here. [descending notes of the same chord] now, if i'm going to improvise over those chords, i'm going to try to create a melody which fits with those harmonies. so you have to have not only a knowledge of the language, a sensitivity to what everyone else is playing, but also a sense of where you are, where you've been, and where you're going. that's tough. it's hard, but it also one of the most fulfilling and enriching forms of musical expression. and i think that is why most people who start playing jazz don't stop. [arabic classical music] (narrator) in arabic classical music, there are genres of composed repertoire as well as genres that are entirely improvised. unlike improvisation in jazz where performers are guided by a progression of chords, improvisation in arabic music is completely melodic and is based on a s
LINKTV
Nov 17, 2013 2:30pm PST
all nine days after the storm hit. >> that was chris johnson speaking to us earlier from cebu city. a passenger plane has crashed in the city of kazan, killing all 50 people on board. the boeing 737 belonging to tatarstan airlines was making and a second attempt to land and exploded when he hit the runway. the plane left moscow earlier in the day. there were 44 passengers and six crew members on the board. due to close in less than two hours in chile. the socialist candidate is expected to win. does, it would be her second time in the job. this time, she is vowing to help narrow the gap between rich and poor. her main policy priority is educational reform. she is helping to finance that with an increase in corporate taxes. cheered as if she had already won the election. >> she enjoys widespread support ranging from communist to christian democrats. she is aiming to secure more than half the vote to avoid a runoff poll. >> [speaking spanish] >> there are nine candidates, but i would like to win. >> the contrast between the candidates is huge. she said she was to keep the economy on
LINKTV
Nov 24, 2013 2:30pm PST
for being with us. does this deal signal a new era in relations between the u.s. and u.n iran? >> it could be the beginning. the white house even said this could be an historic agreement. it depends what is going to happen in the weeks and months to come. president obama wants diplomacy to succeed. obama has agreed to provide $7 billion dollar in sanctions rel. by executivee order. he can make the deal without asking congress. many of the hill a very skeptical when it comes to iran. the reaction to this deal been like in the u.s.? strong bipartisan opposition to the deal. a couple examples -- republican have member ed royce, i serious concerns that this agreement does not meet the standards necessary to protect the united states. and our allies. he said, a couple of hours ago. mike rogers, also a republican, has rewarded u.s. very bad behavior, and he said iran is the leading state of terror. there are many who really do not like this deal. washington, the security of israel is very important. >> thanks for that. we will bring him back in the moment for more on this, but first, israe
PBS
Nov 2, 2013 4:00pm PDT
many of us a bit hyper, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. getting the heart pumping helps us get energized and puts us on our toes. but as scott reports, if tests make you far more than just a bit hyper, that can be a bad thing. >> before a big test, i feel nervous and anxious. >> before, really nervous. after, extremely nervous if i failed or not. >> i get really nervous, and i feel like i'm gonna fail. >> they're describing what experts call test anxiety. it's a serious issue for many students. to understand it and to deal with it, we're turning to an expert, psychologist dr. dena rabinowitz. hi. >> hi. how are you? >> i'm good, thank you. first of all, what is test anxiety? >> test anxiety is when a student gets very nervous or fearful either before or during a test, and it interferes with their ability to perform the way they would otherwise. >> does that mean we actually don't get the highest scores we could get because of test anxiety? >> it does. test anxiety interferes in many different ways. when you're anxious, you can't concentrate and focus, and so it creates problems
PBS
Nov 15, 2013 5:30pm PST
party. the camps are often used by officials to imprison people who challenge their authority. the re form has been welcomed by activists there's been no announcement when people take effect part four is an analysis we can talk too much tea as fun high he said the georgia dome was china desk on the way to start with the kale salad needed value we get an ounce well it seems time is taking steps to let the election even though it is as if on cue whole phone. it is moving in the end. even though it has been around for more than five seconds to re education through labor is not even comparable to time usually use the standard. we are talking about the system that allows the police to send people to label comes without any trial without any warning of a judge. mills to turin to tell the people i look up and his so called re education through labor camp right now also because of minor offences like proposition of prostitution. but anybody can be locked up who is in the eyes of police disturbing order. but the way it's not the first time. set to re education through labor system has been pro
PBS
Nov 21, 2013 5:30pm PST
feed of the year of life. since simple concise be joining us coming up. ukraine tends to be sticky and dumped plans for partnership with the european union afghanistan's lawyers or go meets to discuss the security pact with the us. karzai says he doesn't trust the americans and growing alarm for the central african republic strong joins global warnings of genocide the ukrainian government has abandoned for a landmark free trade agreement with the european union was a dramatic statement comes off the column and stinky and thirty down this list that was a blast. the jailed opposition leader yulia tymoshenko to receive medical treatment in the gemini and that was seen as the conditions and eat it with your and our ukraine says it will be reviving talks on a closer partnership with neighboring russia observers say could be a turning point in a country torn between east watts opposition lawmakers in ukraine. shouted the word kitty. after parliament rejected a series of bills that would allow former prime minister yulia tymoshenko to leave the country for medical treatment. her supporter
PBS
Nov 11, 2013 5:30pm PST
ch. i eye. this is a journal joining us please. try to be born. relief effort. most assaults and how amazingly it worked. that is building again. play the games the twenty twenty. the kids or absolutely staggering estimates put the death toll in the philippines and change thousand will siphon ion has left the center of the country and absolute brilliance. the most powerful storms on record and it sparked a global rescue and relief operation. the united nations is now planning to launch a flash appeal for urgent international assistance. many countries able bodied plates supporter and santos personnel and now the difficult thing is going to be getting to the people who need the most well the area itself of course is made up of the huge amount of islands and most of them. a very remote. as you can see them late on and some i've said to be hardest hit including the port city of auckland band which has been totally destroyed. there's no food no medicine no water for the people on the island of some on the situation grows more critical by the allen. people is painted the words help us
PBS
Nov 19, 2013 5:30pm PST
the world i have a common love of god. used to construct one scene in quick succession. officials say security cameras that teaches a suicide bomber giving himself up. second attack and didn't ask any teacher is defined in the comp. this is certainly a terror attack is imminent and it is a criminal act be content targeted the license of indians. it is just one of the terrorism act student at the beach and in which the town is located at the bottom layer go to dances today is my new box as i was naked. you need to say he was behind the costs. get the house on youtube the stronghold of the iranian shiites his win on the planet tennessee tech is contingent on getting things going on and kieran. tehran and just when i got to see me in the senior civil war the attack said bbc lebanese capital. already he can meet such a hunter he is going on for more we've got correspondent martin j online from the rich. more about this group just mentioned in our report and what it snowed motives can be we know it digital. they operate in iraq. like so open a liking for the opposition with the surgeon wil
LINKTV
Nov 1, 2013 2:00pm PDT
theory as harmony. (man) to me, harmony is similar to the spice that you use when you're creating a sauce. you've got a melody. there are many different ways you can harmonize the same melody, and the way you choose to harmonize it is what will give you a different emotional response. so in that sense, i really feel that the harmony is responsible for how a melody makes you feel. [low hum and sticks clacking] [cultural music montage] [keyboard plays light jazz music] (man) harmony can best be described as notes sounding together in combination; pitches that are stacked on top of one another. if we hear only a melody by itself, with no harmonic accompaniment, it might sound something like this. [plays melody line from "we three kings"] now if we hear an accompaniment to it, this would be considered harmonizing the melody. this hand is going to play the harmonic accompaniment. this hand will play the melody again. (man) if you look at harmony as the sounding of a number of musical notes at the same time, it's not a phenomenon that is confined to europe or the united states. it happens
LINKTV
Nov 6, 2013 2:00pm PST
no vainglory, no false monumentality. the use of materials takes pride of place-- the newest, including aluminum, combined with the oldest, including marble-- to produce a result startling in its modernity, given its date of 1904. but most of all, it was the sezessionist painters and their successors-- first klimt, then schiele and kokoschka-- who possessed the power most effectively to disrupt the conservative values of viennese society. in 1902, for the 14th sezessionist exhibition, gustav klimt, most important of the sezessionist painters, painted this friezelike work in homage to one of the great figures of the 19th century-- beethoven. the beethoven frieze is concerned with the highest ideals of art. it portrays the conflict between the human desire for happiness, love, and fulfillment, set against the fact of evil, corruption, death, and even the terrors of the unconscious. it portrays the achievement of pure joy through poetic and artistic creation. it culminates in a final embrace between man and woman, a kiss for the whole world. the modernity of the beethoven frieze
PBS
Nov 14, 2013 5:30pm PST
us aircraft carrier arrived in the devastated port city of tech low bun with a food medicine and five thousand crew members to mythical almost a week after the monster storm hit bodies are finally being cleared from the streets and mass burials have begun but the red cross is twenty two thousand people are still unaccounted for and hundreds of thousands of survivors still pleading for help still waiting for that i need to reach them. doctors from australia. food water and medical supplies from the united states and tents and water sterilizing apartment from france international relief agencies are scrambling to get help through to the hardest hit areas cut off by the devastation. the un admits he doesn't arrive quickly enough. i do feel that we have met people because we have not been able to get even more quickly but the same time. i can see it and i was able to see yesterday. that of our operations are fading now significantly. amelia weeks many of the typhoon survivors have gone without food water or medicine the philippines government says it's doing everything it can. this man is
PBS
Nov 18, 2013 5:30pm PST
that's really what i try. by tonight i do. a stella. many of the studios here. thanks for joining us coming. that speaks of the nsa spying scandal. she says with a chance with the new ads have been put to the tax. well didn't read it in the philippines tens of thousands of people are still desperate for help. it is for struggling champions about his tussle with a record breaking eight race in a row the staff here at and where the lake areas have been holding a special debate on the nsa surveillance stand up opposition leader to ipc has called for the mind at the center of the nation's average snowdon to be given the nobel peace prize. part of ibm apple was much less outspoken stressing the importance of the wisdom of relationship that she may see that it was being put to the test and said that the allegations against the nsa still have to be cleared up under new coach new alliances are as important as the one between the us and germany. berlin at first played down the allegations of widespread intelligence gathering by us agencies. but that's changed since the nsa was accused of tapp
PBS
Nov 28, 2013 5:30pm PST
even if it's on top of it. so that's the sort of argument that the eu uses. still it's not just ukraine that has turned back or shifted back to russia. melrose arch of age on armenia as well have done so is the use eastward enlargement now effectively over. well at the moet it does seem as if this movement has run out of steam at the school. it's only a georgia and moldova that the two countries who are more misbehaving in the way the eu wants them to be added all the others have more honest often the prose is pianos has never really being part of it. but that may change. and i think it can change only if and when russia realizes that this is not about the partnership is not directed against it and that they may benefit from it i don't see it that the moments of the note on the president putin. lots of different ranges. if it happens then nothing. though the game board to change clients live from the summit in vilnius christoph piles of boxes off. thanks very much tensions are mounting in the east china sea to japan and south korea poland the new way of sustaining and crossed for the no
PBS
Nov 17, 2013 5:30pm PST
city. great to help the people in iowa and went to hear of the us. so to avoid about twenty three helicopters to reach for isolated areas of the philippine air portugal is doing a lot of fruit crop up but the social and welfare development secretary to save the aid effort has been too slow. they don't do much much more he said he heard complaints that many people have read the bill they have all the days after the storm since chris johnson is speaking to his earlier from cebu city. a passenger plane has crashed in the russian city of cars on killing all fifty people on board the boeing seven thirty seven belonging to the cost on airlines was making a second attempt to land and exploded when it hit the wrong way the plane has left most go earlier in the day. forty four passengers and six crew members on board polls are due to close in less than two hours in chile's presidential election. socialist candidate michele bachmann it is widely expected to win. if she does it'll be her second time in the country's cultural she previously served as president between two thousand six and two
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Nov 16, 2013 2:30pm PST
using a hand pump. more and more relief goods from abroad are arriving to provide assistance. says 25,000 people are now missing. says millions are homeless. aid are hoping that more will arrive soon. typhoon haiyan wreaked havoc on the island, destroying everything in its path. >> joining us now is chris johnson. it has been over a week since the typhoon struck. is the relief effort getting up to speed? >> there is more international aid coming in. the airports are getting very busy. dealaren't equipped to with all of the traffic. are military helicopters taking supplies for remote areas. navy ships from the united states and united tinkham and other countries are coming here. there is a group from germany that is on the ground to set up water fear -- purification plants. this is all great, but is not nearly enough. effort. in for a long >> this is a massive disaster. 2 million have been displaced by the storm. will the people being sheltered ever be able to go home? >> a lot of people are staying in churches. a lot a people we met our staying in the same place in the church where
LINKTV
Nov 8, 2013 2:00pm PST
have established forms. these forms can be looked at as models or formulas which are used by composers and performers to structure their music over time. however, the way this is accomplished can vary significantly from one culture to another. [ensemble playing classical music] i think everyone views form differently. like there are many ways you could organize music just as, you know, if you or i were to organize our daily schedule, we'd all have our own way of doing it. it so happens that in western classical music, it's organized around the idea of things repeating and things developing. and the sort of constant conflict between repeating something that you know or changing it. (pagano) in western classical music, there are many different kinds of forms and some of them are shared by other mical cultures. but there's one form that is very unique to western classical music and is very much favored. that's called the sonata form. now, the sonata form is not just used for what we call sonatas. it's also usually the first movement of a symphony is in a sonata form, first movem
LINKTV
Nov 23, 2013 2:30pm PST
could produce plutonium to be used in nuclear weapons. most want construction to be stopped, but they also want iran to stop enriching uranium. that is something they have been unwilling to back down on. but negotiators say both sides are close to an agreement. >> we are joined by our correspondent in geneva. do you share this optimism, are we close to a deal? >> i am getting quite pessimistic now because i think they have their time, around three days of negotiations, with more of the bull -- political direction, and now we are with the ministers in those talks. i would say this is maybe not the time to find a solution, they have not changed their plans and said two weeks ago, they will be back in geneva to present an agreement, ready to sign, but not here. this is maybe not the time to come reach an agreement because there are problems on both sides. >> marcus, you sound pessimistic. what are problems on each side? negotiations have soured quite easily because they have to stop everything, they have to to do with the production of nuclear substances. to be able to be used in an
LINKTV
Nov 4, 2013 2:00pm PST
company made the connections that pulled us together. but ma bell was a monopoly. on the other hand, is there such a thing as a good monopoly? and if there is, how do you control it? and if the government allows a monopoly, is it committed to it forever? well, for more than 60 years, the government gave the telephone company one set of answers. alexander graham bell's original patents expired around the turn of the century. almost every city had two or three telephone systems, so callers needed two or three phones to be sure of being able to call around town. competition meant lower prices and lower profits. and bell fought back. it slashed rates to undercut some competitors and bought others out. others were cut off from equipment or from the long distance network, which bell controlled and which only bell could afford. wounded independents began asking the government to takbell to cot der titrt laws the way it had standard oil. then in 1914 at&t president theodore vail sent at&t vice president nathan c. kingsbury to washington. he set up a deal that would create what vail called "a na
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Nov 3, 2013 2:30pm PST
this cannot distract us from the fact that a massive amount of spying on normal german citizens and businesses was underway at the same time. >> many called for talks on a free-trade deal between the u.s. and the eu to be suspended. in washington, barack obama promised to review u.s. intelligence efforts. >> what we've seen over the last several years is their capacities continue to develop and expand, and that's why i am initiating a review to make sure that what they are able to do doesn't do sincerely mean what they should be doing -- doesn't necessarily mean what they should be doing. times" saysyork obama should move to stop surveillance on all heads of state. .he allegations kept on coming media reports said the nsa had also tapped into google and yahoo! data centers, gaining access to information on hundreds of millions of users. the nsa denied those claims, but google and yahoo! were not satisfied and urged congress to take action. sweptane-strength winds across northern europe on monday, leaving a trail of destruction. at least 14 people were killed, seven in germany alone.
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Nov 10, 2013 2:30pm PST
the french made tougher demands on iran than the other powers. >> geneva meeting allowed us to advance, but we were not able to conclude because there are still some questions to be answered. >> france said the proposed deal would have done little to curb iran's growing stockpile of highly enriched uranium or halt the construction of its reactor. and although all six world powers were wary of a hasty compromise, everyone agreed that talks were ending on a positive note. >> obviously the 600 may have a difference of views, but we are working together and hopefully we will be able to reach an agreement when we meet again. >> there is no question in my mind that we are closer now as we leave geneva than we were when we came. >> nevertheless kerry admitted the window for diplomacy wouldn't fail. hassan rouhani reiterated his country's insistence on its right to uranium enrichment calling it a quote red thrine would not be crossed. the next round of negotiations is scheduled for the 20th of november. >> to sports now, and the latest results from the bundesliga. stuttgart have just defeated
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Nov 25, 2013 2:00pm PST
the use of money was sinful. the concept of usury and its immorality is found in the bie. by the middle ages, it was churclaw. usury came to mean excessive interest rates. limiting rates to reasonable levels was adopted as government policy. what caused that policy to work against people it was designed to protect? for 100 years, maryland financial institutions lived with laws setting usury ceilings. because interest rates on home mortages stayed below these ceilings, few problems arose. homeowners got mortgages. lenders got an acceptable rate of return. t thenin the 1970s, inflation ove interest rates up. financial institutions wereaced with paying higher interest rates to deposito than they earned through home mortgage loans. baltimore banker douglas dodge explains. in that period of time, interest rates generally we rising, reflecting the value of money really all over the world. the yield available to banks and thrift institutions, insurance companies, who traditionally may have made mortgage loans or purchased mortgage loans, became unattractive relative to other investment
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Nov 16, 2013 6:00am PST
camps. china has been using labor camps to punish critics of the communist party since 1967, and according to you and estimates, over 190,000 men and women were in prison without trial. under the new system, people will be able to hire lawyers to defend their case and appeal decisions. people will have more opportunities to defend their rights. >> the government also wants to reduce the number of executions. it is not clear when the changes will come into effect, or whether international criticism of china for its poor human rights record laid any part in the decision -- played any part in the decision. >> it is time to return to our top story this hour, the typhoon haiyan, which has left a path of destruction in its wake. we are joined from the philippines by chris johnson. you travel this morning to the countryside to see aid being distributed. can you describe what you saw? >> actually, i is still on the road. i have been with a group of citizens that brought food to a very remote area, into a village, and it is really amazing because all the way up to the northern tip, it is
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Nov 5, 2013 2:00pm PST
must have been talking in my sleep. look, why don't you make us some tea and i'll join you in the kitchen? and by the way, what are you doing home at 3:00 in the afternoon? i told mr.--morrison i needed the afternoon to attend to some personal business. by the way, lamb shanks, how do you want your tea? with sugar? sure. well, i brung the sugar to you in that basket. two lumps? [makes noise] oh, hi, tammy. verna. all have to pay for things that we may find offensive. i mean, personally, i find the pentagon budget offensive, but i still pay my taxes. well, pardon me. and i'll tell you, gentle folk, if you seek the evidence, you won't have far to look for the devil and his legions are all around you. you need look no further than your neighborho movie screen. you need look no furer than the latest magazine. you need look no further than that television set that you're lookin' at right now to s him, to see that master showman, the one who dazzles your eyes while he blackens your soul. and who am i talkin' about? well, i think you know. i'm talkin' aboutthe antich. i'm talkin' about b
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Nov 2, 2013 6:00am PDT
number two. -- using his customary aggressive style playing. he found his footing in the second set and still came up short. they will face each other for the first time in a year. not want to rest on his laurels. the red bull driver left his rivals in the dust in the second practice session of the ground pretty. prix. grand and webber came in second hamilton was heard. finally, some golf before we go. after the third round of the world golf championship in has kept hisnson lead. he did well in the first 16 holes. 10 birdies. dan came to double bogeys -- and then came to double bogeys. few are up to date. more news at the top of the hour. >> it is time to talk. three topics, three guests, three perspectives. >> business brief. dw.day through saturday on >> palmer is conducting an experiment for his guests. gather round closer, he says. everybody crouch down. imagine we are all little trees. spruce close together like in nature. we all want to grow. don'te we are trees, we just want to grow up. we want to spread our branches. we will stand up and spread our arms. lesson number one. i
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Nov 1, 2013 5:30pm PDT
your wives were gone. thanks for joining us. edwards noted that the german lawmakers in moscow and sent a letter to burswood said he's willing to talk about it i say stop shots fired and airways international airport police state government is in custody. go watch the los angeles and american investigators bordeaux with all the sophisticated cambodia for smuggling drugs between mexico and the us the government says it is willing to talk to the former us intelligence contractor edward snowed in but it will not likely involve the snowdon setting foot on german soil. on thursday in moscow with a german lawmaker he sent a letter to the german government offering his help in investigating alleged nsa spying on german but coming to germany does not appear to be an option for snowden now over to get more on that from our chief political correspondent in just a moment but first this report dozens of journalists crowded and the press conference to hear what comes to stand some of them had to say about his meeting with edward snowdon and his letter to the german government. snowden potential
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Nov 8, 2013 5:30pm PST
i knew. i eye. the light the dw i'm saving some of the night for land and sarah kelly gives us coming out in the next half hour. it enabled world powers face off with the toronto for its nuclear program for the first time. about a possible deal one of the stronger storms on record has come all the philippines. when its destruction. berlin's new national gallery shows works for the nineteen sixties to the target of a landing the secretary of state john kerry to some important gaps still need to be bridged in geneva as well powers negotiate with iran over its nuclear program not the two sides have been holding high level talks aimed at ending what's been a long running dispute that there are signs pointing to a possible breakthrough but there's been no claim it suggests that the iranians want western powers to ease oil and banking sanctions in the first phase of any deal i would say they can free up frozen funds abroad but are ready to water down sanctions that much in the early stages still negotiations are ongoing. russia's foreign minister sergei laptop is now expected to join
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Nov 2, 2013 5:30pm PDT
killed in a drive by shooting in athens. outrage in pakistan as a us drone strikes and kill to tell about leader of the peace talks and in german soccer and dortmund crush got six one. what a cat angry whether yourself why you think political violence after two members of the far right go into one party what killed in drive by shooting. most of the victims were men in their twenties. shooting took place outside a party office in athens suburb. the government has condemned the attack and says it will pursue the perpetrators. so far no one has claimed responsibility. golden dylan has been strongly criticized for its extremist views. not to expand as dave's killed by unknown assailants. mini party supporters are angry they say they were expecting an attack. what did the tone of debate about everyone you a attack would get out of tune. i know it's funny thing is. investigators are afforded the doping incidents of extremist groups were behind the move is to avenge the killing of crappy seats apostles he says. in late september. i've told them to support south. twelve bullets against demo
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Nov 7, 2013 5:30pm PST
that surprised by the ecb announcement as everyone else i was extremely surprised we use spies center masonry wall to get full coverage insurance that every decision is well prepared enough to remind him of my ewes in front man for marcus. when sentiments to the vet surprises. so this is a time of the new stage. the ecb will sae the taking off. no rate cut like this in theory is designed to encourage companies to expand and create more jobs is actually going to happen. while i doubt that in the first place but what is being intended by the ecb that is the way we as saying it is to enforce that the banking community in southern europe and the reform countries is grunting loans again prove the company is and that has beamed up. or you know bases and in order to encourage growth that is being needed so that is one of them angle towards the cbo frisbee going along with this decision. so you think that banks in southern europe will pass on this rate cut to their customers. i don't know whether they pose on the rate cut by the iwi in the interest rate of what they will have to do is they wi
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Nov 3, 2013 5:30pm PST
. local elections because of the designs promote reconciliation are marked by intimidation. us secretary of state john kerry holds talks in cairo today before the start of ousted president muhammad were safe while. byron is move a step closer to breaking yet another soccer record. also close to the local elections in kosovo the first in which serbia urge minority serbs to bow. surfers education and cousin us political life is a key element of the european union brokered deal to end the dispute there and unlocks eu funds. but today is noting was marred by reports of masked men storming the main polling center in each of the except throwing tear gas and smashing ballot boxes the worldly local elections but for kosovo's leaders they were approved moniker of relations between ethnic albanians and serbs. is it a lot of videos. these are the first free elections for all of kosovo. and that makes them historic our young nation sees his successor though. it was the first boat in the north since kosovo broke away from serbia yet these selections in a test of the political maturity a test of democ
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Nov 23, 2013 5:30pm PST
prone to giving and i got into joining us. we hope for a breakthrough in nuclear talks with iran in geneva. un climate talks in warsaw go into overtime as negotiations to seek to avoid a complete your conference german sock weight of its biggest game of the season so far with dortmund toasting by and in the top of the table clash the eye. my dear is inside in geneva treaty in the new kid tell jokes that for a break through. us secretary of state john kerry and other where leaders are trying to hum registration with iran eulogy around to limit its nuclear program in return for such a relief. officials said that a deal was close but that a number of patients have yet to be ironed out expectations over the talks between foreign ministers in geneva on time. you're either with us secretary of state john kerry has been viewed as a sign that an agreement of reruns nuclear program. these clothes the ministers emphasized that the deal is not a foregone conclusion we've been given and cindy but there's no agreement yet and there are still differences to be resolved that's why we came to genev
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Nov 5, 2013 5:30pm PST
awi civics emma scott and i was there telling us that's coming up next half hour. insisting on france germany demands an explanation from britain over claims of spying for menstrual an embassy government sources in the democratic republic of congo clean victory over and twenty three rebels will get the latest and of dealing in general are called german investigators reveal what they know about the find of the century. i was in the early years as a spy station. the german foreign ministry has asked britain's ambassador to explain reports in the british newspaper the independent. that's a surveillance was conducted from the embassy to tell the story is based on documents were leaked by the former us intelligence contractor and rich noted the british were to send to seize its trust across from the heart of the german governments the book is hot and the chancellor rhee the reports come on the heels of similar reports of u s by an embrace serious questions about the british german relationship reduce heat and the sea to eavesdrop on how mobile communications in the german capital surveilla
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Nov 20, 2013 5:30pm PST
activists while i like is the site collects the use of products. amid mounting criticism over germany's farm exports to saudi arabia third round of talks between iraq and six major world powers is getting underway in geneva with mixed messages coming from those taking part us getting a deal would be quote very hard while russia has been considerably more well two weeks ago the talks came very close to reaching what's being described as an interim deal on a bronze nuclear program. the aim is to build confidence between the two sides before they can seem a long time. it's going around itself. ayatollah khamenei said he supports the call but has criticized israel which has been skeptical about the entire process. we're from our correspondent in geneva after this report the negotiators are back in geneva. the is catherine ashton is representing the six world powers over the next three days. less is keen to keep preure on to ron that sanctions will be tough and while president barack obama give diplomacy a chance to bear fruit. all this. as pres the united states me maintaining all options t
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Nov 26, 2013 2:00pm PST
that perhaps you have no scripts in your nds thatontain us? yes, that's it. exactly, where is the script? listen. listen the play is in the making. it is in us, sir, the script. the drama is in us. my psion. if only you knew my passion for him. you, be quiet and keep out of this, and please don't laugh like that. bravo. bravo. shut up. what do you all think this is? a cabaret? let's put this drama on at once. at once. oh, how i long for that moment to come, because after all, the very intimate things that have happened between him and me, i can no longer remain with these people, having to witness my mother's anguish over that queer fish there. look at him. look at him! the legitimate son. he despises me. he despises him. he despises that dear little creature because we're bastards. don't you understand? because we're bastards. and this poor woman here, the mother of us all, he looks down on her as if she were only the mother of us three bastards. oh, please. in the name of these two little children, i beg up. oh, my god. she's gonna faint. quick, a chair! a chair for this poor wi
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Nov 30, 2013 6:00am PST
the early hours of saturday morning when the police moved in. used tear gasds and dozens of people have been reported injured. journalists reuters also received blows to the head. the report says the police tactic was 7 -- was savage. >> i don't understand why push people to the ground and kick them. they started to beat me on the back and legs. >> on friday, an estimated 10,000 kremlin's protested peacefully. tensions have been on the rise since the morning. at the meeting, he defended his decision. russia has threatened the u.k. with sanctions. >> the cooperation is very important for us. it is a difficult question. >> eu leaders say that the door remains open for ukraine. opposition protest leaders in thailand have declared a final push to oust prime minister. they say send it will be their victory day and they are calling on demonstrators to surround and occupy more key government buildings. earlier, they targeted officers of communications companies. the protesters have been rallying in bangkok to paralyze the government. they say that the prime minister is the output of his b
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Nov 4, 2013 5:30pm PST
harry joins us now on the line from cairo to really know there was plenty of chaos of the southern but why exactly did the judge postponed the trial for two months. was it more sees as souths and chanting. they are more than one vehicle. there were two of them were kickin it in code the judge them on the fifth. there were quite the overall open to it on the beach and then they were helping make sure that court between. if the political publicity which were calling for help although the military. it does mean that the that i'd buy it. it was a chore. put in particular she opened it to put the point when tend to judge whether the opposition and it difficult to make your day to generate tht. leading two minus one blog actually changed by january. it just that touch a thing to look to give it to work this into the occupation of the river with the kids think it would make no pic if it could all take a picture taking. i cried. egypt is giving in to taking all the people are impatient. whether it is to take a look into it. it will continue because going into all the love of the pollutant is t
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